I did something very silly 10 days ago. I was outside all day without a sunscreen, so the tops of my breasts were exposed to the sun until 2:00 PM. I got a sunburn which is typical, as my skin type makes me prone to it. Usually, it subsides within a week, if not less. However, this time the tops of my breasts are still red in splotches, with a seemingly brown vein of skin running through them. They are sensitive, and sometimes bleed if accidentally poked with a brush, which has never happened before. I have been applying Neosporin to them at least three times a day. I will try to upload photos. Can you possibly help or recommend a treatment path?
It seems you developed severe sunburn. Sunburn is a clinical reaction due to the acute effects of the sun's ultraviolet radiation (UVR) on the skin. I suggest using normal saline or 1:10,000 dilution potassium permanganate compresses or soaks to wash away serous discharge, crust, and debris. It will help reduce oozing and inflammation. Use a combination of Mometasone cream and Fusidic acid cream twice daily. In your case, a systemic steroid may need to be administered orally. Consult your specialist doctor, discuss with him or her, and start taking medicine immediately.
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.. basically frictional dermatitis, which has left behind pigmentation.
Do not use Fusiwal-M cream (Mometasone furoate and Fusidic acid) as there is no inflammation. It will take time for pigmentation to resolve. Read full
.. cream is a combination of Mometasone which is a mild steroid and Clotrimazole is antifungal.
These combination creams are use initially used to control fungal infection with inflammation and itching. Read full
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